THE PET PARADE BLOG HOP!
Anyhoo, I'm digressing, so Parsley goes out the other night, collar twinkling like a mini galaxy of stars around his neck, and he frolicks his way around the courtyard and into the garden beyond without a care in the world surrounded in a glittering aura of twinkliness. Then two hours later, he comes home naked, yes mew heard me right he was totally NAKED!
The beautiful almost nearly real diamond collar was gone!
After much interrogation we neffur got to the bottom of it, Parsley said, "One minute it was there, the next, poof and it was gone!"
Smoochie also had a silver collar with a single row of almost nearly real diamonds on it and that vanished from his purrson.
This got me thinking, as effurytime the P.A. buys me a nice new collar which is furry frequently [I always get a red one, with reflective strips on it] and after about three outside excursions, I too come home naked without it and have no recollection as to what happened.
Yet when she puts my spare collar on [see photo above], which is rather unmanly I must say, this one stays firmly and most resolutely around my neck at all times.
The P.A. has also searched the entire garden and the field looking for said collars after their disappearance and has neffur found any trace whatsoeffur.
So this leads me to believe that lurking in the shadows is an invisible collar thief, who only snatches nice new collars. Who or whatever it is must have a stash of about 20 collars now as this is not a new phenomenon.
So there mew have it, we have an invisible collar thief to catch as the P.A. is quite narked about Parsely's new one poofing off.
Anyhoo, don't furgett to join us on Sunday fur more outrageous Selfies, until then
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